The Good Neighbor Master Agreement allows work across boundaries to collaboratively approach restoration on some of our state’s most iconic landscapes.
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) opened 200 acres at Leque Island to the tide by breaching a dike and restoring an estuary for young salmon and crab at the Leque Island unit of the Skagit Wildlife Area.
Fuel from multiple handheld drip torches ignited invasive grasses and fire spread quickly across a former farm field Wednesday, as fire professionals from many agencies worked together to conduct a controlled burn at the McNary National Wildlife Refuge in Burbank, near the Tri-Cities in south-central Washington. The exercise was part of the 2019 Cascadia Fall TREX, or Prescribed Fire Training Exchange, held Sept. 29-Oct. 11.
Fitness in the forest meets conservation strategies as our GIS intern reflects on the many benefits of trail running.
People across Puget Sound shared how they connect with trees through our onllne contest. From photos to paintings to poems, read on to explore the diverse ways that trees inspire us